THE Guild of Our Lady of Ran' som. broadening vastly their pilgrimage programme for 1958, have now included Birmingham. Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester as well as London as pilgrimage centres.
And even London has a special treat in the shape of a train pilgrimage to York on Saturday, April 26 there and back in a days with a special carriage; loudspeaker laid on for the benefit of instructive lectures by the Master of the Guild, Mgr. Laurance Goulder, and even a coach to take pilgrims out of York to Knavesmire.
The ride to York (infinitely faster than Turpin's 1) costs £3.
Other pilgrimages included cover Medieval Monasticism in Lancashire, Yorkshire and Worcestershire; Medieval parish life on the Oxfordshire Gloucestershire border; a Iwo-day Guild pilgrimage to Walsingham; others to Thetford. Ely. Gloucester, Canterbury, and so on.
The year's programme, now available, includes a large number of special lectures at Westminster Cathedral; at St. Peter's, Seel Street, Liverpool; St. Michael's, Moor Street, Birmingham: St. Mary's. Mulberry Street, Manchester, and other centres.
Particulars of pilgrimages and addresses, and details of membership may be obtained from The Secretary, the Guild of Our Ludy of Ransom. 2 Clement's Inn, London, W.C.2.